Lot 4A, Level G3, Publika
1, Jalan Dutamas 1
Kuala Lumpur 50480

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10:30am - 10:30pm

10:30am - 11:00pm

10:30am - 11:00pm

10:30am - 11:00pm

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It's best for someone who dislike bun / bread. Definitely very filling. I like the "bun" 's crispy edge, the griller chicken patty is very well-seasoned. Bu the downside is the overwhelming amount of sauces like waterfall (lol). Chicken is pretty standard. But fries are soggy and very "hollow" πŸ˜…

Apart from its pretty location by Publika's beautifully outfitted kids' playground, Namoo On The Park also boasts a few family features of its own. The Korean fusion menu, for instance, melds tasty recipes with fun interpretations β€” all presented in portions good for sharing. The Kimchi Burrito (RM25) is a underrated dish of moist kimchi fried rice rolled in a warm blanket of mozzarella and tortilla. Also great to tickle a child's appetite, the Bibi Rice Burger (RM25) sees juicy grilled chicken, mixed vegetables and a fried egg between rice buns. Their famed Sweet Potato Cake (RM16) is an interesting take on traditional Korean sweet potato desserts and makes a decent (and rather healthy) sweet to share. But if the kids have been real good, treat them to the Salt Ice Cream Caramel Popcorn Bingsu (RM22). Icy cold, saltishly sweet and garnished with popcorns, it's everything we dreamt of as kids!
Avg price per person: RM35
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Tired of your ordinary burger? I recommend trying this rice burger, the result of a fusion between Korean and Western cuisine. The burger is made of rice, comes with cheese, veg and a choice of grilled chicken or beef. Another selling point is the kimchi taste you be getting. I was pleasantly surprised with the salad, well done tasted great!

Can't believe we actually managed to find a salted caramel bingsu here for less than $8SGD (22RMB) vanilla gelato x korean rice cakes x salted caramel sauce and popcorn atop a thick snow of bingsu ice. Ice isn't as fine as the Bingsus you get in SG, but for the price? Very value for money #burpple #marshmunch #SETHEATS

This post brings me bring to my very first review on Instagram, but this time it's by Namoo at the park. Honestly speaking, I still prefer the Dakgalbi from Mr Dakgalbi but this one is still pretty good 😊. The Dakgalbi rice I ate had really tender and juicy chicken pieces cooked with a sweet and spicy marinate with a side kimchi πŸ˜‹. My ratings? Probably a 6.5/10. Next time around I'm having their rice cake burgers 😁. Thank you so much Burpple for the amazing meal πŸ˜πŸ‘


So grateful to meet people with the same passion and also honored to meet the @Burpple team! Thank you for the great dinner!
I get to have a bite of the famous Namoo Korean Rice Burger. It's was quite a challenge to get a good shot of this dish. Basically a beef burger but the burger buns are replaced with Korean glutinous rice shaped into two patties.
It tasted okay..special..not normal? Hahaha. If you're not a big eater or a rice eater, you should stick to the norm. Rice burgers has an acquired taste.
The rice tasted a little strong and it was slightly hard on the sides. Must be due to heating the rice patty or pan-grilling it.
Beef patty was not bad. Juicy. But nothing special. Other toppings were basic burger things like eggs, lettuce and tomatoes with their special sauce. Sides given were the same with tacos.
Overall it was an okay dish for me. I'd rather take the tacos. But because I'm not really a rice eater, this wasn't for me. Worth a try to see what's so special about a rice burger.
Rice burger done. Ramen burger next? 😝 Food: 7/10 Price: 7/10 (RM 22.90 - huge burger)